- 39 min.
- chinese, russian
Ghulja is a city in the west of China, the Chinese and Uighurs live here, but few people know that only 80 years ago it was called the Russian Ghulja. Here the Russian people, who fled from Russia at that time, sought shelter in search of a better life. This is where bayans, accordions, harmonicas and sad Russian melodies came from in these places. How did the fate of the exiles, who endured all the hardships of the twentieth century, but preserved the faith, language and memory of their distant homeland for future generations.